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A Touch of Mexico in Downtown Nicoya

I've lived in Guanacaste for a little more than three years, and ever since then I've been in... Read More

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5 Superfoods You Must Have in Your Kitchen

When we hear the word superfoods, our first thought is that they are super expensive products that are hard to find in supermarkets. However, what we don’t know is that many of them have been in the Costa Rican diet since our grandparents’ time, as in the case of the blackberry. Like any other food, superfoods have their nutritional value, but... Read More

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Mini Blueberry Tartlets

A few nights ago, spending time with a friend, we wanted to try a different recipe with one of our favorite ingredients: blueberries. Unfortunately, they do not grow in Costa Rica. However, they can be found at SuperCompro, some select supermarkets or even some verdulerias (fruit and vegetable markets). They are called blueberries, but they are... Read More

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8 Tips to Survive As a Vegan in a Rural Village

Fours years ago when I lived in San José, my diet consisted of processed and frozen food products, sandwiches, a lot of sugar and several fast-food options. Not only was I eating badly, but I also didn’t know how to cook or how to eat. Once, I tried to stop eating meat and it lasted about 15 days, because I had no idea how to nourish myself.     ... Read More

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Taste of Nosara I

Nosara cuisine is a modest blend of Latin America and gringo flavors with a greater emphasis on fresh, natural ingredients and with less fire than the jalapeno-laced recipes of Mexico. The staples of the local diet are, simply, rice, black beans, cilantro, chicken and eggs, fruit, vegetables and, when there’s a good catch, food from the sea.... Read More

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Sazón Criollo: A Mecca for Budget Tourists in Tamarindo

It’s true that Tamarindo has food options for every taste – especially the organic-artisanal-... Read More

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Smoky Love In Nosara

I found the Salty Pelican because a friend recommended it to a friend who told me that I had to go... Read More

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Lingering and Eating in El Cafecito

There are no windows or bars at El Cafecito; it’s all open. There is a little roof that shelters... Read More

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Fond of La Fonda

Guiones has amazing restaurants but let's agree they come at a price. Yet hope is not lost. There... Read More

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La Sodita: Migrant cuisine disguised as local

At the San Juanillo crossroads, on the left, there is a small house with a little sign that reads “... Read More

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La Fula in Santa Cruz, The Sweetheart of La Fulana Dynasty

I could tell that this asparagus orzo risotto was made with love. It tasted like something I’d eat... Read More

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